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THE TALL8 CITY NEWS APRIL 10, 1015
Mr. H • ma Saahar-
Service on next Lord’s Day at
7 hu best show at tlm Clem tonight II a. m , and 7:3Q p. in.
Bible School at 10 A. M.
C. K Vick of Salem was in this
Junior Endeavor at 3 P. M.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.
Grandma lite/ley is not improv
A cordial invitation to everyone.
ing ( f late,
Strangers made welcome.
Fred Belcher of Portland is in
B. L. H icks , Pastor.
Falla City. .
Free Methodist Church
Conrad Stafford of Dallas was in
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Tn mi biag 11:00 A M.
Tummy Fryer of the Siletz was
Class meeting 1:00 P. M.
iu town Wednesday.
Evening service 7:30.
lea. M aii . Tsti. «*4. Tkart. fri. Sal.
II. A. W altlk , Pastor.
frieiids here this week.
Uttar Sampson moved in from
I wish to see a large attendance
the Siletz Basin Wednesday.
at the Parent Teachers meetings
Win. WhyU> of Black Rock wu* next Tuesday evening as we want
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to discuss questions of importance,
a business caller here Thursday.
Manual Training and Science and
Tom Crowley of Oregon City was Art, shall we have them next year.
visiting Mrs. Mary Miller Tuesday
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins, Pres.
Mrs. I.imuback and children
Remember cleanup day April 12
went to Albany Wednesday for a have the junk out in the street
at d report to the marshal.
Wm. Abbott of Scio has come to
The designs are as ever of assiat in the management of the
most desirable character, Madena hotel.
The city council met Tuesday
embracing a variety of
Merton Ellis of The Dalles is night in regular session with all
subjects with printed or visiting his parents, Wui arid members present. The newly
elected Mayor and Councilmen and
embossed greetings a n d Mrs. Ellis this week.
Mis. F. E. Driggs arrived last Auditor were present, doubtless
verses. Piaster Booklets
Sunday from Charlotte, Mich., and to take lessons in parlimentary
usages. Many other visitors were
will make this her home.
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
The usual business was trans
and other bakery goods, every day acted. Albert Teal reported that
st the Falla City Bakery.
the bridge on Dayton street could
Making a fine assort
Roy Bowman came home from be repaired and put in a safe
ment of Falls City views.
M tnmouth and spent Saturday condition for about $30. He was
ordered to make the necessary re
and Sunday with his parents.
pairs. The city marshal’s report
Great interest was shown in the regarding the light service the
city election last Monday. More city was receiving and it was
votes were cast than ever before.
shown that they were short sev
The teachers and pupils h ad u eral large lights the city was
half holiday this week. They all paying for and the finance com
enjoyed the ball game at the park. mittee reduced the bill accord
ingly. The management of the
Rev. B. L. Hicks attended the light plant assured the council
Convention at Gladstone this week, that the lights would be brought
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
accompanying Elder A. D, Skaggs up to the required number and
the complaint would not probably
Cliurlio Elkin* lost his left eye
Mrs. Dunlap returned Saturday be made again.
last Sunday. H< was chopping
Four ordinances relating to the
wood when a piezo of splinter evening to Salem aftei a short visit electric light plant were submit
passed through the eyeball of his with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ted to the council and a committee
left eve. He went to a hospital ill C. T. West.
was appointed to confer with the
Portland to have the e.ye removed
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walter left electric light people and come to
Mrs. O'Brien is on the sick list. Wednesday for Salem where they some understanding and then
Miss Caroline Golieke visited will spend a few days and then go present ordinances and a fran
her home in Dallas Saturday and to Montana.
chise to the council for passage.
T. D. Hollowell, who has always
Mia. W. P. Lewis, Mrs. Hattie
the payment for the con
Bom, a son to Mr. and Mis. Tice and Clay Miller attended the
of the curb on Third
Nichols, a son on Monday.
funeral of Geo-ge Remington at
a motion that the bill
apologized for so do
Please Take Notice
DRESSMAKING—Noatly and ing by sayinp that he with other
Choap if taken at once, splendid
promptly done by Mrs. Grace Hul-
residence property, a good new bert. Sewing room at Mrs. Edick's. councilmen had approved of the
contract for putting down the
house and five good lots iu Falls
Phone 4311 or 1816.
tf. curb at 65c per foot when they
City, Oro., now occupied by Ernest
K. Rowe^with fair payment down;
An interesting and profitable had formerly paid only 40c. He
the purchaser may have best of meeting of tho C. W. B. M. Auxil still maintained that it was a poor
terms on balance. Some good iary was held at the home of Mrs. job, but it is to be inferred that
trade taken if necessary. Write Ole Ella last Tuesday. The busi the payment in this instance is a
ness was first disposed of with sort of a penance. His motion
Joseph O. Mickalson,
President in chair, then a short was not perfectly clear on the
program was rendered which was matter, but it might be construed
in charge of Mrs. Paul, one of the that as the council had erred in
division leaders. Delicious refresh making a contract at an e x o rb i
ments were porvod by the hostess. tant price that it was intended by
The funeral service of tho killed
There were ten members present the motion that the councilmen
aspirants April 5th will he held
and six visitors, five of which be guilty of the act should go down
Saturday night from 6 to 12 P. M.,
into their socks and pay the bill,
at llie Oregon and Idaho where came members at the close of the as it would be unfair to make Mr.
plenty of consolation will be given meeting.
Toller suffer for their mistakes
and it is believed that Uncle Tom
NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE
wants to act fair.
WARNING FROM SAN FRANCISCO
A motion was made that an
Notice is hereby given that on
be prepared making it
The W. C. T. U. of Northern or about the 1st day of July, 1914.
pluck, or in anyway
California sends warning to girls there came to my place the follow
shrubs or trees
and women that are intending to ing described animal:
strip or on the
come to San Francisco to seek
One gray Jersey heifer about 16
employment not to do so unless months old: no earmarks or brands
The Auditor was instructed to
they have sufficient money to pay discernible. Said estray will be
their expenses while looking for sold at public auction for cash in furnish the city attorney with the
work and return traveling expen hand at the farm of W. F. Gilliam names of parties who are delin
ses. Hundreds of women and in PeDee Precinct, Polk County, quent with street assessments to
girls are there unable to find em Oregon on the 30th day of April, gether with a description of the
property involved that action may
ployment and are in a destitute 1915, 2:30 P. M.
be brought at once to collect
condition. Better stay away.
W. F. Gilliam.
F A I L T L O S FAI
CITY, O R IQ O N
a n d B u y O r c h a r d L a nd
New Local Cards
FISHING SEASON OPEN
We carry a complete line of
PRACTICAL TA C K LE FOR
Fishing and Hunting License For Sale.
J. C. TALBOTT & CO.
R. E. W illiams , M. L. T hompson , vy. F. N ichols , R.G. W h ite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C i t y , P olk C ounty . O kkoon
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
High School Items.
The Parent Teachers meeting
Miss Montgomery was absent will be held at the school house
from school Wednesday after Tuesday evening April 13. Mat
ter pertaining to school will be
noon, on account of sickness.
and an interesting pro
Miss Graham has returned to
be given. Parents are
her work after being out for
The playground apparatus is
Last Wednesday a load of merry
being completed and the school
with well filled baskets
expects to become standard by
repaired to the home of Mrs. A. H.
Katie Barnhart thade a flying Dodd to treat her to a birthday
trip to Willamina Tuesday return surprise. Owing to sickness Mrs.
Dodd has been shut in all wiuter
and expressed great pleasure at
Helen Treat was a visitor at
being thus remembered. The
luncheou was a decided success
Prin. Haley attended Principals and was especially enjoyed by the
Club at Dallas last Saturday lady who occupied the seat of
evening. Mr. Haley reports that honor in the vehicle. The way
Gov. Withycombe was guest of things disappeared at. her end of
the Club and delivered an inter the table, especially the onions
esting lecture on “ advancement was » wonder. The day was filled
of Education in Oregon.”
with good cheer and fellowship.
In spite of the good weather Those present were: A. H. Dodd,
and a great deal of sickness the and Mesdames Dodd, Averill, Ba-
school has made a remarkable touruey, Conrad Elle, Russell,Paul,
good record of attendance, hav Ward, R. Wonderly, Dorman and
ing 275 pupils in regular attend Seymour.
ance last month.
The first annual exhibit of
FA LLS CITY M ARKET REPORT
Domestic Art and Science, Man-1 Flour, per sack $1.85, 92,12.10
ual Training and Music will be
B scod , per pound 20-22-cents
given Wednesday and Wednes-1 Hams, per pound 22-cents
day evening April 14, at the
Picnic hams, per pound 15-centz
school house. Everybody is in- J Choice Dairy butter 80.cente
vited to attend, beginning at
noon Wednesday the exhibit will
Creamery, per pound 85-cents;
be opened to the public and will
remain open until after the mus
Eggs, per dozen 20-centa
ical entertainment at night.
Coffee, per pound 20 to 45-centi
The evening entertainment will
Sugar, 13-pound for $1.00
be given in the High School as
Beans, small white, per pound
sembly room. The following
program will be rendered, to il
Lard, per 5-lb pail 85-cents; pet
lustrate why credits are given
10-lb pail 91.65.
for music in the High School.
Potatoes, per pound 2-ceuts
There will be no admission
Wheat, per bushel $1.80
Bran, per sack 91.15
per sack $1.75
Midd per sack 92.25
Rolled Barley, per sack 91.75
Alfalfa meal, per 100-lbs $1.75
The Yeoman lodge met at the
home of Harley Kerr Friday night.
La Verne Myers
Born, Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.
The Legend of Breganz
George Nichols of Black Rock, a
Helen Selig boy.
Lilly of the Valley
D r . W . L . H o llo w a y
o r DALLAS, ORE.
Mabel and Mary Shepherd
Will be at the Falls City Hotel in
city Monday, Wednesday and
of each week from 9:00
Leone Hanson, Gladys Paul
to 1:25 P. M.
AH chronic and acute diseases
High School treated. If you are afflicted with
any ailment call and we will talk
Bowl of Pansies